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AE Trip Portal Template 2023

Expedition: # Days, Washington DC

Custom Itinerary

All-Inclusive Pricing

Travel Protection Plan

Walk in Historic Footsteps

Colonial Foundations

Profiles in Leadership

The Great American Melting Pot

Exploring our Deep and Diverse Roots

Quest for a Sustainable Independence

A New Birth of Freedom

Rebels and Redcoats




Per Person by Room Occupancy

$0 Student Quad
$0 Adult Double
$0 Adult Single

Payment Schedule

10% Deposit due upon Registration
40% due 6 months prior.
70% due 4 months prior.
100% due 2 months prior.

Contracted prices are based on group size of 45 or more paying participants per motor coach (55 passengers max on each.)  Travelers will be added to the trip roster upon completion of online registration and receipt of deposit payment.

For our cancellation policy and other agreements related to your trip, please visit our Terms & Conditions page.  Our Travel Protection Plan may allow for additional reimbursements in the unexpected event of trip cancellation, interruption, or medical needs (See our Insurance page).

These Terms & Conditions, as well as the details and availability of Travel Protection Plans are covered in the course of the online registration process.

View and Download your Trip Itinerary

*Your itinerary will evolve as the trip nears and more appointments are confirmed. The actual order and flow of non-scheduled sites will likely be adapted before and even during your trip. The above link will always provide you with the latest version of the itinerary as it develops.

Trip Highlights

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Trip Inclusions

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AE Trip Portal Template 2023

Safe & Easy Booking and Payments

24 Hour Trip Support

Accredited Academic Educational Provider

Contact Us

Meet Your Academic Expeditions Program Director

Isaiah Mosteller | Director of Education, Guide | Email Isaiah

While Isaiah grew up in rural Oklahoma, with a curiosity for the larger world. In college, he earned a BS in Elementary Education and a Masters in Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management, and found opportunities for the global education of travel and cultural exchange, including working in the UK, Peace Corps in the Marshall Islands, recreation work in Japan, and cultural exchanges in Latin America. Such experiences have inspired him to both plan and guide relevant travel experiences for others. Besides leading trips in Eastern US for 20 years, he has also led trips around Europe and Latin America. Isaiah, his wife Kim and son Walker live in Asheville, NC where they enjoy being outdoors, playing music with friends, and partaking in all the local eccentricities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Why travel with Academic Expeditions?

Because we care. It’s as simple as that. Our commitment to quality, integrity, and value is the heart of who we are and what we stand for. The level of personalized attention we provide for our groups sets us apart in this industry and is the number one reason why our schools return year after year. Read more on our Why Travel With Us page.

How do you provide safety and security during your trips?

Safety is our highest priority. We work only with the highest quality vendors and will not run a trip if we feel the safety of our clients and guides is compromised. From full-time staff & logistical support, to 24-hr emergency phone access for all travelers, we’ve got you covered. Read more on our Standard Tour Features page.

What if I need to cancel my trip, or substitute another traveler?

We understand that circumstances can change. We always attempt to work with our clients individually and find the best solutions for each situation. All details regarding our cancellation terms or substitution are outlined in the Terms and Conditions when registering for your trip online.

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What to Expect?

Check out this video highlighting the people and places that comprise an Academic Expedition!